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Canadian Fishing Co. and Safeway showed the biggest improvement in terms of sales of canned tuna from sustainable sources, according to a second annual Greenpeace survey released today.

Greenpeace gave a passing grade to almost half of 14 major brands sold in Canada.

Sarah King, Greenpeace oceans campaign coordinator, said in a statement, “we’re seeing Canadian canned tuna brands step up and commit to sourcing tuna more responsibly” while others are “stuck in the past, ignoring the growing consumer demand for tuna that supports not just human health but ocean health.”

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